From Park City to the world: Play Fair Party to fund sport-based youth development

PARK CITY, Utah — Kids Play International (KPI) invites the community to the Play Fair Party on April 5 at Woodward Park City. The event, founded by Park City Olympian Tracy Evans, aims to raise $100,000 to support sport-based development programs for youth in Rwanda, Cambodia, and the U.S.

The evening will feature dueling bars, gourmet food, an open bar, a silent auction, “minute to win it” games, and 80s music by DJ Nick Duve. The funds raised will cover the annual program and school costs for 300 youth participants overseas and 50 local youth camp attendees.

KPI’s mission focuses on leveraging sports to promote gender equity and personal development, helping youths achieve higher levels of education and employment. Since its inception in 2010, KPI has impacted over 4,500 individuals with its programs that embed Olympic values of excellence, friendship, and fair play.

The Play Fair Party is not just a fundraiser but an opportunity for the community to support a sustainable change in underprivileged areas, emphasizing gender equity and the empowerment of youth through sports.

Tickets and table reservations are available online. The event promises to be a memorable night of entertainment and philanthropy, supporting KPI’s vision of a world where every child has the opportunity to achieve their fullest potential.

For more information about the program and mission, visit the Kids Play International website.

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